Once a year we offer our best savings on the accessories you need to get your camera in the water (while keeping it dry). This is the time to make your move before prices go up on December 1.
DL Lens Ports
If you're getting into the water with a full frame mirrorless or DSLR camera for the first time, this is an opportunity to save hundreds on the necessary components to take your lens(es) underwater. If you already have the DL port system then you may want to consider extension(s) for the other lenses you haven't been using yet, or adding the Compact 8" Dome to your tool kit.
Either way, you're unlikely to see these prices ever again on the DL port system.
For a while we thought the usefulness of the camera's viewfinder was waning in favor of the rear LCD. But with full frame mirrorless cameras, the EVF is becoming more important than ever for both image preview AND review. Make sure you're getting the shot you want by adding a straight or 45º magnifying viewfinder.
DS Link TTL Converters
TTL converters are the most technologically advanced way to trigger your strobe when you're shooting wide angle, macro, or anything in between. DS Link TTL Converters are available for Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, and Fujifilm cameras in both Ikelite and non-Ikelite housings. Save up to 20% on this killer accessory.
Olympus TG-6 Fisheye with Zoom-Through
There's no other compact camera underwater that can go from 8mm circular fisheye to 30mm macro equivalent with the touch of a button. The TG-6 with FCON-T02 conversion lens and dome port is the only compact camera system you'll find in our carry-on when we travel to dive. Save up to $150 for a limited time.
Canon Rebel SL3 Compact DSLR Kit
If you want to shoot interchangeable lenses but still want to be streamlined, there's no better system than the Canon Rebel SL3. This is your chance to save an additional $200 on the kit which includes the housing, dome port, zoom gear, AND camera with 18-55mm lens. All for only $1,795, only through November 29.
More Ways to Save...
Prices are going up December 1st on select DSLR, mirrorless, and compact models. Don't pass up the opportunity to invest at the best value-to-dollar ratio you can get!